In just a few short months, Box has seen massive Box OneCloud user adoption and developer engagement.
Today, Box supports over 50 integrations on iOS, and have new tools that make it easy to integrate mobile apps into Box OneCloud. Box boasts app partners have their integrations exposed to over 120,000 businesses running Box, with the opportunity for new revenue and new users.
Box OneCloud for Android includes the following features:
- App Gallery: shows users what apps work with Box and is contextually sensitive to show the best apps for file editing and creation
- Round-trip integrations: provides a seamless way for you to open Box files in partner apps and save them back to Box.
- Fifty Android App partners, including leading mobile productivity app integrations from FetchNotes, iAnnotate, Docusign Ink and Breezy
Here’s a screenshot of how the Box OneCloud app for Android looks and works.
New Developer Tools: Box OneCloud for Android SDK
In building Box OneCloud for Android, Box created a new SDK that allows developers to easily integrate with the Box Android app for seamless round-trip file editing and management. The SDK takes advantage of the native file management capabilities and encryption of files in transit between apps. Finally, Box build on the file intent system that is already part of the Android operating system.
Get started today. Come meet Box at Google I/O
Interested in integrating your Android app into Box OneCloud? See the developer documentation here. If you’ll be attending Google I/O this week, Box is inviting developers after-party at the Cartoon Art Museum on Thursday. You’ll be able to chat with members of Box’s platform team, as well as current OneCloud partners. Spaces are limited, so please sign up here. Finally, Box will also be hosting a developer-focused Google+ hangout next week, which will be streamed live on our YouTube channel.
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